International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 7, Issue 9, Part D (2021)
Impact of Two-Year B.Ed. programme on student-teachers’ teaching self-efficacy
The present study is an attempt to find out the impact of Two-Year B.Ed. programme on student-teachers’ teaching self-efficacy. In the present study Descriptive Survey Method was employed. Random Sampling Technique has been used for the study. The sample comprised of 160 B.Ed. student-teachers from randomly selected two Central Universities and two State Universities each from Prayagraj and Varanasi city. For the present study ‘Teaching Self-Efficacy Inventory’ (TSEI) developed by K. S. Misra and Ruchi Dubey has been used to collect data. Pre-test and Post-test design is used in the study. For the present study t-ratio was computed for the analysis of data. The result revealed that the exposure to Two-Year B.Ed. programme brings improvement in teaching self-efficacy of student-teachers of Central Universities as well as State Universities. There is significant difference in the final scores of teaching self-efficacy among student-teachers of AU, ASU, BHU and MGKVP.
How to cite this article:
Payal Agarwal, Dr. Ruchi Dubey. Impact of Two-Year B.Ed. programme on student-teachers’ teaching self-efficacy. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(9):260-263.